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Knic Knacs Steak and Seafood House now open in Henrietta

HENRIETTA (KFDX/KJTL) — For nearly five years owners of Knic Knacs Cafe in Ringold have been serving up delicious food for those in the area, but due to highway construction on Highway 82, the owners ended up selling their establishment in order to make way for the new highway. Well, just two short years later […]
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Water line repairs underway near Silver Lakes

City of Bowie Public Works Director Stony Lowrance said the customers served by the line were without water for a few hours but it was expected to be restored hopefully before noon. (Courtesy photo)
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Kathryn Dawn Gullage

BOWIE – Kathryn Dawn Gullage, 55, of Bowie went to be with the Lord on June 24, 2022. The family received friends from 6 – 8 p.m. on June 30, at the White Family Funeral Home in Bowie. A funeral service took place at 10 a.m. on July 1, in the chapel of the White Family Funeral Home. Burial followed at Prairie Branch Cemetery.

Fire destroys home late Friday night

A home near Lake Amon Carter was destroyed by fire late Friday night with firefighters from Bowie Rural Fire Department, City of Bowie, Sunset and Stoneburg Fire Departments all responding around 12:30 a.m. Fire Chief Randall Preuninger said the homeowner, Robert Stevens, was awakened by the smoke detector and when...

A little country, little Americana coming to Sunset Sounds July 8

Spend an evening beside the ship channel at a free concert on Friday, July 8. The Jesse Stratton Band will take the stage at the Patsy Jones Amphitheater stage at Roberts Point Park at 7 p.m. The band’s music features a combination of Texas country and Americana. Band members include Stratton, lead vocalist and on guitar, saxophone and harmonica; Kenny […]

Love Like Laci Memorial a success

The Love Like Laci Memorial event last Saturday in Nocona saw hundreds of people come together to celebrate the recently deceased Laci Stone. Laci was a 2021 graduate of Nocona High School who played golf at the University of the Southwest in New Mexico. She was killed along with five fellow members of her golf team and the coach in a horrific team bus accident in March. Her parents Hayden and Chelsi put on the event to raise money for a scholarship in her name and to continue her legacy.

Deadline June 17 to enter JBD parade

It is time to start getting ready for the Jim Bowie Days Parade on June 25. Theme for the 56th Annual Jim Bowie Days is “There’s No Place Like Home.” The parade rolls through downtown at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Horses, antique cars, trucks, tracks and decorated...

Helen Hightower wins May Yard of the Month

Congratulations to Helen Hightower, 708 Lee, the May winner of The Bowie News Yard of the Month contest for spring/summer 2022. The independent judges noted Hightower’s overall yard was very well manicured with a variety of plants and shrubs. Residential yards nominated this month included: 509 S. Mill, 804...
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Historic Texas Ranch Offers New 'Cut Your Own' Steaks

HENRIETTA, Texas - May 29, 2022 - ( Wellborn 2R Ranch is proud to announce Cut Your Own Steaks. This new Cut Your Own program provides flexibility to customers who want to choose the size and thickness of their own steaks. Even better, since customers take on the labor, the Ranch passes on the savings for a marked discount over their pre-cut offering. Cut Your Own currently features Cut Your Own Ribeyes, New York Strips and Tenderloin Filets.

Zeke's BBQ worth the drive to Windthorst

This column is part of the Times Record News Worth the Drive restaurant series in which we feature local eateries within an hour or so of Wichita Falls. Zeke's BBQ is in Windthorst, about 29 minutes south of Wichita Falls.  No matter how far south you decide to drive on U.S. Route 281,...

Bowie Trustees try out gym program; BHS principal leaving for superintendent job

Bowie School Trustees had some fun Monday night as they played on the elementary school’s new Lü interactive playground system. Meeting locations were shifted to allow the board an opportunity to see how the new system works in the gym. After the business of the night, the board and administrators tried out the system. Principal Kathy Green coordinated a spelling game that required you hit the letter on the wall screen with a ball, and a few others of the program.

History Mystery Camp scheduled at TNT

Tales ‘N’ Trails Museum will host its History Mystery Camp for youngsters June 6-June 10 in Nocona. This year’s theme is “Transportation,” with lots of fun events and speakers. In addition to leather crafting and art, campers will learn about different modes of transportation, past and present. A field trip is planned to the Nocona VFW where veterans will discuss military transports. There also will be a visit from an Oscar Aerial Spraying’s helicopter, Maddie Ferguson and her horse and Kelly’s Wildlife Care.

4-Hers compete at two horse events

Two horse events occurred this past weekend including the annual County 4-H Horse show hosted in Henrietta. On April 30, nine youth competed alongside Clay county 4-H youth in an event hosted at the Henrietta Cowboy Church arena. Read the full story with photos and results in your weekend Bowie...

Submit your top yard for May contest

May 24 is the deadline to submit a nomination for the April Bowie News Yard of The Month. This contest, also sponsored by Beautify Our Bowie, will be in April, May and June. To make a nomination call the Bowie News office at 872-2247 or email it to If you email, please follow up with a call to make sure it arrives. Deadline is May 24.

April top yard winner named

Congratulations to Betty Falsone, 506 Hall, the first winner of The Bowie News Yard of the Month contest for spring/summer 2022. Yard of the Month will take place in April, May, June, the prime growing months. Deadline for the May Yard of the Month is May 24. The contest also is sponsored by Beautify Our Bowie.

Senior center preparing all-you-can-eat breakfast

Start your Saturday off right with the “All you can eat” breakfast at the Bowie Senior Citizens Center from 7-10 a.m. on April 30. The center is located at 501 Pelham. Cost will be $10 for adults and $5 for children under the age of 12. Breakfast will feature pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits and gravy.